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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 December 1915

PAGE SIX WANTED «> - Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to 1 hgh-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising LOST—Jersey heifer, 1 year old, marked with an underblt of aaoh ear. A 11 Ptajnar, Phone XViil t2-l«-2t-o FOB SALE i!'i in. wagon. will) hay rack and dump plank, L Sather, Boot lis Corners. 12 IH-21-* FOB SALE -Twenty aces ot 'iv r bottom land, all cleared; % ml r east of Everson. Or it" desired will sell in five nnd ten acre tracts. For further Information write or call on I. C. Avery. Ev erson, Wn. 11-f-tf-0 for sale —Second hand range, cheap. Lyndon Grade School. Sec Art Bruns. It-8-tf-fl NEW WEST OKANOGAN IRRI GATION DISTRICT. Write to E. D. C. van Disseil for your Alfalfa, Corn and Fruit. Small payment down, balance your own time. Oro vllle. Wash. 11-11-1 at to 3-17-' FOR SALE—Dry Alder and Fir wood. J. D. Scrlmger, Phone 4314. 2-17-tf-O FOH RENT—Good horse and ten acres, lVs actes cleared. Jacob Ho...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 December 1915

Christmas Candy Cigars Nuts Pipes Tobacco Quality goods at low prices. Lynden Confectionery TRIBUNE FOR JOR PRINTING HOW ABOUT YOUR GLASSES? Have yon worn them for some time? If so, remember the eyes change and different lensis may be necessary to give you perfect sight. To avoid possible eye strain, have us examine your eyes for new glasses today. WILBER GIBBS Optician. New Hank Building. Bellingham. Wash. Van Zon & Powers SANITARY BARBER SHOP ? clean hot towel for each customer Ooposite Farmers' Mercantile Co. LYNDEN BARBER SHOP MEXT DOOR TO POST OmCl First Class Barbering Shears around Umbrella" Mende< Agency for Pacific Steam taundry PACIFIC STEAM LAUNDRY CHAS E3BOLM, Prop'T. Established 1889 We Are Always at Your Service Belllng-ham, Wash. THE nTHDEJT BARBER SHOP In aKent for us In Lynden. Leave your bundles at their barber shop and your wants will be promptly attended to. DR. B. V. MOUNTER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office Over Lynden State Bank LYNDEN. WABHXHQTOH We Treat Y...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 December 1915

PAGE EIGHT Farmers Mercantile Company Little, Big, Old, and Young Are Looking Forward to Santa's Coming, Expecting Gifts, Nuts, and Candy Now it is the duty of each one so far as possible to make our friends and relatives happy. But som? of you may think you are not able, but it is not necessary to make a big expenditure of money foolishly for this. Buy something needful and something pretty. If you will visit our store you will find many things suitable, useful and pleasing. Our Big Sale Ends Friday, December 24th A sweater makes a useful gift for either man, woman or child. We have them in all sizes, and specially priced for holiday trade. All $ 1.00 sweaters are now 75c All 2.00 44 " 44 $1.35 All 5.00 44 44 44 $3.35 All 6.00 44 44 44 $3.95 Hockey Caps, Toques, etc. Shown in plain colors of white and red, also combination color. All specially priced. 50c kind for 40c $ 1.00 kind for 80c $1.25 kind for $1.00 Ladies Neckwear Always an appropriate gift. Shown in various designs, colo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 December 1915

Www Neu? jSeat? LYNDEN SPLIT IN TWO PRECINCTS After Jan. 1, I 911!, Lynden voters will do their balloting in two Ber tlona with double the us iPI x|i"i S. The following order for the fit- Vision wits received th's we k from the Hoard of County Comm) ■loners: "WHEREAS, Cfiap. 11, Lawi f 1915, reqiti'es the division of >o |ng preclude of over 400 o'e-tos Into precincts of 250 abac tort or ! ss; and WHEREAS, at th« laM "ene al e'ecllou there were 419 votes est In the Town of Lynden; NOW, THEREFORE, It is 0 A?r ed by this Board that, -n tueordance with a reoomtaendation from the Town Council of Lynden, Bald Town of Lynden be divided Into two VO(- --ing precincts as follows, to-wit: re ginning at the tnteraaetion of Fifth Street and the City Limits on the south and thence along Fifth Street northerly to West Main Street; thence due north along die eastern boundary of the High School grounds to tie city limits, aH i of this line to constitute the First Precinct, and all west of this Hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 December 1915

PAGE TWO STAGE TIME CARDS TIME CARD Lynden- Bellingham STAGE LYNDEN LIVERY, Prop. Leave Belllngham Leave Lynden 8:00 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 11:00 a. m 11:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m. Special Saturday Social Saturday Only 9:00 p. m. Only 7:00 p. 10 STAND IN FIIONT OP LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE Round Trip TSc LYNDEN STAGE TIME CARD 75c Round Trip. Leave Belltiighani fr'r\.ut Autf, siaije Dapst 7: Oo a. m. 9:00 a. in. 10:00 v. m. 12:00 m. 1:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 4:00 p. iv. 6:00 p. m. Special Saturday Ojily !* p. ni J. Mc IN'NIS Phone R-751 -:- Lynden HARRY M. MOCK Phone 942 -:- Belllngham Bellingham -Lynden CUT RATE STAGE LINE LAUCKHART—DORR Leaves Lynden, Armstrong-Ham mond's Store, 7:45, 8:30 a. in.; 12:45, 3:30, 6:30 p. in. Leaves Belllngham Rest Room, corner Dock and Holly Sts., 7:00, 10:30 a. m.; 2:30, 4:00, 5:30 p. m. Lynden Phone XO9l Fare 75c Round Trip. RALPH B. LeCOCQ LAWYER Special attention given to Probate matters. X.TWDXW WAUmOTO* Por Quick Lunches and first...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 December 1915

CHORAL SOCIETY SINGS CANTATA 'HON' WELL Lynden thoroughly enj"yed the scriptural caMatj, "Zlon" given Tuesday night at the Christian R-- formed Church by the Lynden Chor al Society. The cantata was tie most diffi cult piece of work yet attempted Ly the society but they proved equal to it. Chorus anil* solo se ec io s were most pleasing, and tbe entire organization and tbe director is iO bo congratulated on tie showing made. The s ; n"ers were trained by Jerry Albeis. Miss Nellie Van Oa'- fcn proved an excellent a:: omp'ni t on tiie piano. The following was the program: PART ONE Opening by President of Singing School Society No. 1. Introduction Nc. 2. They That Despised Thee —Recitative Anna De Boer No. 3. Zion Awake! Chorus No. 4. I Lovo Thy Kingdom Lord —Duet Nellie Breen and P. Van Hemert No. 5. His Foundation is in tbe Holy Mountain—Solo and Chorus Omnia Oldemeyer No. 6. Glorious Tilings of Thee Aro Spoken—Solo and Chorus Nellie Breen No. 7. Hear My Cry, O God—So'o Will Rutge: s ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 December 1915

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A v * - * ; »- * r D»T3t*a lo iht AdTtßwatat ef I»#tt Pro* gmiirt ld*&. VBinfl««nc*a by pift? tod att*-.-. *d tsltlrto lb* »abhc isuratt Sx >_rBaBM rSß*Mttaa#» Ase™a=*A- 'THE PUBLIC P»XSi PJO THAN PUBLIC OFFICE 15 A PUUC TRUST 366 Dam frf Promi-* are gtaimt reaij '» Urn * I ti* co» try ia & reanK c/ • - ■ - s 1 »f ** i» ».->-:•? ••- - Pw.*»-r It i: ' ' I** *.for WiMta* «il UnjrTui railroad*, aad for Wtris* c< -i - * " ! a» > kesla*- ia ti* pt»«vla* of iav li-f~ re-a«>st ta tk* lmata*r er. r"> •••: - r : * Kflected 4i'*e*-iT la tm» Lysdem 45a trie*.. »'::.' - r * ; - 2 of x*' -:• • "• ** I** c s Fe»« a**. a*«*T d»i j-.s? a—ill In* ii ac 4aa icvwavd nara*t tr.i- fr?i-: f - f--'.; •r.'l b'-rrH-s f -i* " ro ttit 1»1« !*a U ro> ! f • • Wei** =.* Xe-w y i - 7i«r* *re * f*w ob*-:aite oc the basd arm the r»*t at br-n *utni- Go** I>r- hcred that ti* atrij- ezamp'ea ad The Baptist Church Percy H. Davits. Pastor y i? aeaaaaax Me* Y**r's Et*. t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 December 1915

CORRESPONDENCE FROM NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES By the Tribune* Special Correspondent* EVERSON Mrs. Dr|or and little daughter rf Vancouver, B. C. spent the Week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Reid. Mrs. Reid Will return to Van couver with her daughter, who will start for England soon. Mr. and Mrs. Eanl'oy departed for Seattle Monday after spending the Christmas holidays at the A. E. Hardin home. They were accom panied by the Misses Grace Hardin and \lma Eardley arho wt'l spend the week there. Mr. nnd Mra. L. Bushby and child con spent several days of this week with friends and re'nt'ves In Vancouver, B. C. Mr.t. A. Arr.ell and fpmi'y spent Saturday at the Chas. Arne'i home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Lott are the happy parents of a baby girl born Wednesday, Dec. 22. Norman Thompson is visiting rela tives in Portland, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Miller nnd •flon Kenneth and Mrs. Robt. Hfrni'- ton autoed to Laurel where ;hey were guests at the Hllljer ' o;ue Sat urday. Alfred Ginge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 December 1915

PAGE SIX WANT £ D Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to 14igh-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOB BALE -Registered Berkahlre boars, Bhoats and six wt'eka ad - p'ks. H B. Rogera, manager Biidgevtew Warm. Panne 1708. 1 2-80-tf-0 FOR BALE—Twenty aoea i f riv r bottom land, all cleared; M mle east of Bveraon. Or If rtea'red will sell in live and ten acre tracts. For further lnformfttlot write or ca 1 on P. C. Ay. ry, Kv ereon, Wm. 12-9-tr-t) FOR BALK 3; eond hand r. age, chenp. Lynden Grade B'hool. Bee Art Brans. 12-2-tr-u NEW WEST OKANOGAN lllitl (1ATION DISTRICT. Write to E. D. C. van Dissel for your Alfalfa, Corn and Fruit. Small payment down, balance, your own lime. On>- ville. Wash. 11-11-1 r»t to 8-17-* (TOR SALE —Dry Alder and Fir *cod. J. D. Scrlrager, Phone 4314. 2-17-tf-0 FOR RENT—Good horse and ten acres, 1H acies cleared. Jaioi Hoksbsi-cn. 11-18-tf-O FOR SALE —Thoroughbred Guern sey bull cal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 December 1915

MAKE THE NEW YEAR HAPPY WITH A BOX OF OUR FINE CHOCLATES We are serving warm lunches at all hours. Delicious Chili Con Came and Tomales. Lynden Confectionery TRIBUNE FOR JOII PRINTING WE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE all our Lenses, p'i|r 'o ten imiividi'.al needs of your part tenia- case. In oilier words, we beil. ye m giving to Uiom; who cannot afford the more expensive forms of glasses the tame care and.de tail in their lens building us we do those who purchase special forma. There is indivldua'ity about Ktupi c Classes that :s as effe tive in bringing busi ness as a score of misleading copyrighted nanus. You can copyright a. name, but you cannot copyright abl i y. WILBER GIBBS Optician. Bellingham, Wash. Van Zon <£ Powers SANITAHY BARBIOR SHOP A clean hot towel for each customer Ooposite Partners' Mercantile Co. LYNDEN BARBER SHOP *lIT DOOB TO POUT OTTICa. First Clan Barbering Shears Ground Umbrellas Handed Agency for Paolflc Steam Laundry PACIFIC STEAM LAUNDRY CHAS. ESROI.It, PropT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 December 1915

PAGE EIGHT A Happy New Year to You We wish to thank the people of Lynden and vicinity for your patronage during the past year, and solicit a continuance of your patronage during the coming year, to the mutual advantage of both you and us. Pncss 12y 2 c, 25c, 50c Sweaters Stiff reduction on every sweater in the store. Large assortment, shown in Rough-neck, Mil itary or V collar. Red or gray color. If you are looking for a genuine bargain you can not afford to miss this. k MEN'S and LADIES' SWEATERS All regular $3.25 values for $2.17 " " $4.75 " " $3.20 " " $6.00 " '« $3.95 «' '« $7.00 - v $4.65 CHILDREN'S SWEATERS Mostly gray color. Regular $1.00 values for 75c $1.50 " " $1.00 $2.50 " " $1.70 LACHES' SILK SWEATERS Shown in beautiful shades of blue, pink, green and white. Regular $7.50 values for $4.95 " $10.00 " " $6.65 Boys' Suits Large line of boys' suits with knee pants, shown in blue serge, mixed fabrics and corduroy. Prices range from $3.75 to $8.50 SUITS With TWO PAIR of PANTS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 January 1916

Vol." VIII LYNDEN TO HAVE A NIGHT SCHOOL In response to many requests for night school work school board has decide] to give a s>:ort' course provided there is sufficient demand. If Introduced tie work will he Elven In the hi;.h school building U-o nights a WOOk and will continue for a period of eight or ten weekß ■ —beginning Jan. 17th. Courses will hj given in the fol lowing subjects: 1. —A course outlined for thoso desiring to speak and write the English language more fluently. 2. Penmanship. 3 . Spelling. '4. Business Arithmetic. Each applicant may take any or all of> the work. It will be the aim of the teacher to adjust the class work to the needs of those enrolled. All who desire to take advantage or this work must get their applica tion to P. A. Wright not later than Jan. 12th. There will be no tuition charged but a deposit of one dollar will be required of each which enrollment fee will be. returned if the Htudent attends regularly for a period ol five weeks. An enroll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 January 1916

PAGE TWO STAGE TIME CARDS TIME CARD Lynden- Bellingham STAGE LYNDEN LIVERY, Prop. Leave Bellingham 8:4)0 a. m. ll.ou a. in 2:00 p. vi. 6:00 p. m. Special Saturuiy Only 9:00 p. m. STAND IN FRONT OF LYNDKN DEPARTMENT ETON Round Trip 75c LYNDEN STAGE TIME GAUD 7 lie Ron Ml Tt4p. Lmiv« tWdl<io:liain Fran Auto AIM* lijpit 7 oo a in. » on a. in. I v tin n. 11l 12:00 m. I on p in. 3 on p iv. 4: 00 p. nt. B OO p. in. Special Sat.ur.Uy Duly V M J Mc iNNis Plume R-li.l -:- Lynden HAKIiV M MOCK Plume Mi -:- H> Hi ghain Bi-l!inghani -Lynden CUT RATE STAGE LINE I.A UOKHA RT — DORR I.Mi-vt-s Lyudei. Arms! rung-Ham nut d's Store, 1:45, 8:30 a. in.; l?:4j. 8:SO, 6:110 p. m. „r:ivi4, tMiltNgham Rest Room en«mr Dock and Ho ly St a, 1:00. lu.JU a. Mi.i 2.30, 4 uU, 5.3.1 p. m. l.yndeii Pnone Xoal Fare 75c Hound Trip. RALPH B. LeCOCQ LAWYER Jsjttllal ;i ten Hon (flvcii 10 I'robale MHItCIK. i. y mux waSHiHv»TOII •••A»»* *<•«•# *»•>•>•> •»•>«»•, •.ajax*,® "AtXiM for Quick Lunches | ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 January 1916

LOCAL and PERSONAL Misa Esther Berpstrom of Belling ha« visited with Miss Alberta Heun the past week. Hazel Lowrey returned to Belling ham Monday to resume her work at tie Normal. John Bay, who is attending the Ntrmal, returned to Bellingham Sunday. John left Sunday for Portland where he is a student at. the Portland Dental College. Up to the cold snap, roses were blooming in Lyndon. Dr. McEeod plucked some beauties Christmas Day. Miss Violet McLeod Bad Mr. Lvnn Ti.orrrisou were q'.'ietly married at 10:30 a. la., Jan. 4, by tie R.- v . McMillan at the home of Ms son, 0, K. McMillan, in Bellingham. Mr* and lira. Thomson have gone to housekeeping on Mr. Thompson's ranch at Sunri c. A reception was EDUCATIONAL ENTERTAINING Watch For Our School Co-operation Program=Once a Month THIS WEEK WE OFFER SATURDAY, JAN. 8 SUNDAY, JAN. 9 - Tuesday, January 11 Clara Kimball Young In—"HEARTS IN EXILE" THURSDAY, JAN. 13 - . - "Trey O'Hearts" Prices 5c and 10c "Better Pictures" Our Motto Electric The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 January 1916

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A Nawsnapar n.vot.d to tha Adrancsßant of «Vr«rr Pro afra>sai*re> Idea. Vninfluencad by party, and aliachad aolalx to tha public ir»t«r«a«. Publtehed at Lynden. Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday. Entered aa Second-Class Hail Matter at the Poet-Office, Lynden. Washington SUBSCRIPTION RATES —One V ear $1.50; Six Months ?sc; Canada and Foreign One Year, $2.00 In Advance. Advertising Bates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" Ardicles that are guide pobular atog the Lyded smard scd these dnys: Ear buffs, bufflers, over shoes, cough sy.ub, quldide, hod bricks, extra blakeds, ad hadker chtefs. A Fine Plan Wren tho demand for Ihe product warrants it, it If considered good buf.lnoss to rim | factory night and day. Fixed overhead cor.tt can thus be spread over a wider territory dally, and results can be produced at a lower basic expense. Tbo Lyndon School Board nnd the School Administration have ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 January 1916

SPEED UP FARMERS, if you •want some of clay drain tile at $20.00 for 3 in.. $25.00 for 4 in., and $35.00 for 6 in. It is gc ii.g fast because of the big reduc tion. Get your orders in now. Os the supply is lifted. Lynden Co orerative Co. 1-6-tf-* F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty Lynden, Wash. The Loaf that adds ZEST to the scantiest meal is Kremo Bread The highest grates of fours are u£.ed to obta'n tho cho'.eest flavor. Get a loaf today and taste of ihe loaf that holds its creamy wheat flavor to the last slice. SANITARY BAKERY S. STARKENBERG, PROP. LYNDEN. WASH. Makes Difficult Cakes Easy It doesn't matter how important the recipe is CRESCENT BAKING POWDER Because of its ingredients wll] leav en thoroughly and thus insure fine texture and the tlpsired lightness. ALL GROCERS 25c A LB. CRESCENT MANUFACTURING CO. Seatric, Wash. Start the New Year Electrically And You Will Start it Right An electric iron, a percolator or one of our other late ap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 January 1916

PAOB SIX WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising LOST —Pair of spectacles in case in front of Van Rossum's store or at. the cemetery. Reward. The Tribune. l-6-tf-0 FOR SALE —Registered Berkshire boars, shoals and six weeks old pigs. H. E. Rogers, manager Bridgevlew Farm. Phone 1708. 12-30-tf-O FOR SALE —Twenty acres of rivir bottom laud, all cleared; 14 mle east of Everson. House, barn, six cows and machinery Included. For further Information write "r call on P. C. Avery, Everson, Wn. Phone M 59 Nooksack. 12-9-tf-0 FOR SALE—Second hand range, cheap. Lynden Grade School. See Art Bruns. 12-2-tf-0 NEW WEST OKANOGAN IRRI GATION DISTRICT. Write to E. D. C. van Dlssel for your Alfalfa, Corn and Fruit Land. Small pay ment down, balance your own lime. Orovllle, Wash. 11-11-15t to 3-17-* IfOR SALE—Dry Alder and Fir wood. J. D. Scrimger, Phone 4314. 2-17-tf-0 FOR RENT—Go...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 January 1916

MAKE THE NEW YEAR HAPPY WITH A BOX OF OUR FINE CHOCLATES We are serv ing warm lunches at all hours. Delicious Chili Con Came and Tomales. Lynden Confectionery TRIBUNE FOR JOB PRINTING Why buffer v.irh Headache? Pi.l it ever ice t to y v tl iit your head v l c wes C us ed by eye Si raja? One •>e nay be doing ttnre wo k than the ether. This 'hud b.» cq.::cUod, and tie etnda ?e;:ic.v r d. 11 is can b? •' - romp lahed w th pr. pvr glass es 1. yoor ey. « a;e not jiv ing the MtMaetiM lot 7 should, o- you have t eaii ec-e that d«<u't yie dto fiv orile i-.'iredi's, let us erm ine your eyes. Our iefetitif le exam in. ton will lemove all doubt. W! LB EH GIBBS Optician. New Bank Building. lie'Jiiigliani, Wash. VanZou & Rowers SANITARY BARBER StiOP /• clean hot towel for each castutner Ooposite Farmers' Mercantile Co. LYNDEN BARBER SHOP WE.IT DOOB TO POST OFFICH. First Class Barbering -hears Ground t'mbrella* Mended \khoi v f.o Pa-itlc Stearr Ijiunlry ?ACTFTC STEAM LAUNDRY CH'S RSHOIi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 January 1916

PAGE EIGHT LARGE ASSORTMENTS--SMALL PRICES Visit our store and you will find prices of the most favorable kind on merchandise that you are needing every day. Below you will find items taken at random throughout the store and listed for your perusal. Exclusive Agency For Buster Brown Shoes I 8 cases of Buster Brown Blue Ribbon shoes. Best shoe on the market for children. Many other new things are arriving almost daily. Many Special Bargains are offered in order to make room for the new shipments. __ Just Received HOCKEY CAPS Shown in solid colors of either white or red, also combination colors. Prices 50c to $1.25 Misses' Knit Caps One lot of misses' knit caps, all colors and sizes. Regular values up to 50c, now going at 19c Newport Scarfs Shown in plain white and col ors. Large sizes. Price each $1.00 and $1.25 Golf Gloves For ladies and misses, shown in black, navy, red or gray. Price per pair 25c and 50c Sleeping Garments Dr. Denton's sleeping garments for children keeps both hand...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 January 1916

Vol. VIII CREAMERY OUTPUT INCREASES IN 1915 Showing an Increase in the num-. ber of pounds of cream received over 1914 of 370,000 pounds, the report of the 1915 business of ihe Lynden Creamery Co. was read at the annual meeting of the mock holders Tuesday. The increase in butter fat receipts was 14 per cent. The average price paid the farm ers for butter fat during the year was 32.4 cents, as agai: st 32 M: cents in 1914. The gross sales were" $2&2,6G1.67 as against $286,463.49 in 1914, but the price received for butter-fat dropped from 29 1 , i cts. la 1914 to 27Va cts. in 1915. Che complete report is published .>n page 2. A committee composed of S. T. Jacktnan, A. H. Krasier and M. A. H'C-key was appointed to draw up resolutions to be presented to the proper authorities askin™ for a iaw requiring the manufacturers of ail dairy feeds to stamp on tbe sacks the different ingredients contained and the percentage of ench. Nels Jacoheoa was re-elected pres ident, L. JSweegman Vio...

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